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Fire-resistant bricks, also known as refractory bricks or heat-resistant bricks, are specialized bricks designed to withstand high temperatures and resist the effects of thermal shock, chemical corrosion, and mechanical stress. They are used in applications where exposure to extreme heat is a concern, such as in furnaces, kilns, fireplaces, and industrial processes involving high temperatures. Here are some common types of fire-resistant bricks:

  • Fire Clay Bricks: Fire clay bricks are made from clay minerals with a high alumina content. They have good heat resistance and are suitable for temperatures up to around 1600°C (2912°F). Fire clay bricks are commonly used in general-purpose furnaces, fireplaces, and kilns